#RemickMuseum      

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“A hidden gem in New Hampshire.”
~ Trip Advisor review

The Museum 

Overview

  • Located in historic Tamworth Village, where father and son country doctors, Dr. Edwin Remick and Dr. Edwin “Doc” Crafts Remick, lived and practiced for a combined 99 years.

  • The museum encompasses the Remick homestead, with its two homes, three barns, outbuildings, and farm—a nearly 100-acre property.

  • Exhibits in the Museum Center, as well as the buildings and barns themselves and their purposes, provide glimpses into the contributions of Tamworth’s country doctors and agricultural life in New Hampshire.

  • Join us in for Farm Fun in the Summertime!

  • All indoor exhibits are currently closed to the public but there is an entire farmstead to explore.

  • Ten reasons to visit a museum—we’re especially partial to #7.


Barns & Buildings

  • The Remick homestead, established over 200 years ago, comprises a cattle barn, a historic English barn, a stable, a milk house (part of Doc Remick’s Hillsdale Dairy business and the first milk pasteurization plant north of Rochester, NH), a sugar house (where our maple syrup is “sugared off”), a small ice house, the Edwin C. Remick House, and the Captain Enoch Remick House (on the National Register of Historic Places, open for scheduled tours only).

  • All barns and buildings are currently closed to the public, except for guided tours.


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“Enjoyed the history. Takes you back in time!”  ~ Theresa & Mike Percival, West Warwick, RI

 

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